204 Pa. Code § 303.5 - Prior Record Score-prior convictions

(a) If there is a single offense in the prior judicial proceeding, that offense shall be counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score.
(b) If there are multiple offenses in the prior judicial proceeding:
(1) The most serious offense of the judicial proceeding shall be counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score.
(2) Any offense for which a sentence of supervision or confinement is imposed consecutive to a sentence for another offense in the judicial proceeding shall be counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score.
(c) Un-sentenced convictions.If no sentence has yet to be imposed on an offense, the offense shall not be counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score.
(d) Adequacy of the Prior Record Score. The court may consider at sentencing prior convictions, juvenile adjudications or dispositions not counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score, in addition to other factors deemed appropriate by the court.

Notes

204 Pa. Code § 303.5
Amended by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 45, No. 26. June 27, 2015, effective 6/27/2015 Amended by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 47, No. 35. September 2, 2017, effective 9/2/2017 Amended by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 49, No. 36. September 7, 2019, effective 9/7/2019 Amended by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 50, No. 39. September 26, 2020, effective 9/26/2020

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